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About this gamePonderabilia v2.2 ____ Now 100% Award-Free!
You wake up in a badly drawn, murky room, without the vaguest idea where you are. Finding out where you are, and why you're a small colored girl with enormous breasts becomes your sole purpose.
AGS Panel Review
"Excellent graphics and animations as well as an outstanding soundtrack are the most noticeable features of this game. The game mechanics of unlocking new areas and puzzles fit perfectly in the bizarre world of Ponderabilia. While some players might be offended by the sexual and violent content, be assured that there is more behind the story than it may look like at the beginning."
Worry not, this is not one of those unncessarily dark and gruesome games. Quite the opposite! It's not a comedy game either. Here, it's all about gothic, cyberpunk, mythology, neurology. You'll talk to Freud, to Tesla, and many others. You'll take drugs, you'll have nasty sex, you'll fight robots, you might even need to kill yourself. But this fantastic journey is so lyrical and mysterious that you won't even mind.
The game is well written and is supported by sharp pixel art, with a palette of colors of the best possible taste, which will remind you the golden age of Amiga.
What put me off from this game were the somewhat random puzzles and occasional pixel hunting. The backgrounds are detailed and excellently drawn, yet it's easy to miss a couple rooms entirely.